A report from the American Cancer Society says Indiana's pain management policies have significantly improved. The state went from a grade of C+ to a B.
Researchers are discovering more about 'chemo brain,' cognitive loss caused by chemotherapy, but much is still unknown about the condition.
The American Cancer Society says Indiana needs to improve its cancer prevention efforts.
The procedure uses a more targeted technique that does not cause as much effect to surrounding areas.
An Indiana University professor says Komen might actually be the group that is hurt most by the decision to withhold its donation.
Three hospitals in Indianapolis have joined 11 others around the nation in an effort to gather cancer tissue for research.
The champion computer from the game show "Jeopardy!" goes to work diagnosing and treating cancer.
Parker's organization has distributed about 800 bags in just three years.
A Senate committee changed certain provisions in a controversial informed consent for abortions bill Wednesday.
More than 1,100 residents are expected to die from the disease this year.